Today: Strong gusty winds, brief heavy rain and small hail along with frequent lightning will accompany Wednesday afternoon's storm pattern. These storms are expected to sweep through the Western Slope during the late afternoon/early evening hours A-N-D if these dark clouds can move over the valleys before the heat of the day... we may avoid triple digits. Hot nonetheless, but a quick cool down due to storm motion off the mountains is the expectation/my forecast. Heading into the holiday weekend and the conditions look to be hot and mostly dry with just a lingering mountain storm pattern. Widespread rain showers look highly probable by the end of next week as our summer rain pattern makes an appearance.
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